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Research Thesis Topic

Books, Culture and Identity


Topic ID
295

Thesis Topic/Title
Books, Culture and Identity

Description

This project will explore the ways that book publishing practices and published literary works of both fiction and non-fiction inform, constitute or reflect social movements and issues such as gender, ethnicity, citizenship, nationhood, class, sexuality and identity. The focus is not on the written or published word but on a critically informed discussion of the publishing industry, publishing practices, published artefacts and book culture (festivals, prizes, fan communities etc.). There is room for the PhD candidate to tailor the project to suit their interests.


Principal Supervisor


Research Affiliations
  • School of Arts & Communication

Field of Research
  • Cultural Studies
  • Literary Studies
  • Performing Arts and Creative Writing


Application Open Date
07/09/2017

Application Close Date
30/09/2020

USQ Scholarship Applications

Pre-approved for Ethics
No

Admission Requirements

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